Lowe Alpine Alpine Attack Series

added May/2011, see all Lowe Alpine news & reviews
announcement by Lowe Alpine
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New this year the Alpine Attack series ticks every box for the modern alpinist: lightweight, durable, clean design yet capable of carrying axes, skis and heavy loads in comfort.

Alpine Attack, 132 kb

Key Features and Benefits:

  • Dyneema fabric, Lightweight and extremely durable. Dyneema is stronger than steel weight for weight.
  • Patented Load Locker buckle for easy use in extreme conditions even with mitts or gloves on.
  • Patented Headlocker system that will allow you to attach any axe on the market to your pack.
  • New easier to handle WebCatcher system for securing axes, skis and poles.
  • Adaptive fit harness and hipbelt for increased carrying comfort. Hipbelt stows away when wearing a harness.

Additional Features:

Bivy Mat - Removable frame Extendible and removable lid - Compression system Heat formed 'No-snow Back' - Ski carrying system & wand pockets Haul Loops Gear loops Rope holder

Available in 2 volumes 35:45 (18 back length) & 45:55 (18 back length) with an extra long back option in the XL 45:55 (20 back length)

Also available in women's ND35:45 (16 back length)

+WebCatcher with axes, skis and poles, 157 kbWebCatcher with axes, skis and poles
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+Adaptive fit shoulder harness, 131 kbAdaptive fit shoulder harness
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+Tuckaway harness, 135 kbTuckaway harness
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+Lowe Alpine Alpine Attack: detail of the headlocker, 79 kbHeadlocker System


Stockists:

www.lowealpine.com

For more information visit Lowe Alpine
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